ROME: City of Marble
This looks a fascinating game, which I'm itching to play. It's described as "a Euro-style tile-laying game set in Ancient Rome". Players use the tiles to construct different types of building in neighbourhoods around three of Rome's seven hills. These boost various aspects of the city's culture and development and, of course, the players who contributed to their construction.
On top of this, the city needs water for its populace, so players can also score by extending the aqueducts that bring water into the city and by providing fountains. Lots of ways to score points suggest different strategies and interesting decisions to be taken.
For 2-4 players, aged 12+, playing time 75 minutes: £30.00 Special offer £22.00 (£18.33 ex-VAT outside the EU) – or make me an offer...